Autumn Desire and Rough Diamonds (Sex and the Seasons: A Theatre Romance Book 3)


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Books in the series are standalone novels.
Pauline McIntosh radiates sexual energy. The thirty-five-year-old talented set designer at the York Street Playhouse, a professional theatre group in Ottawa, Canada, has always been a free-spirited woman of vast sexual appetites. Men find her irresistibly attractive and love her, and she loves them in return for as long as they are witty and smart. She is tender and tough, sometimes undiplomatically direct and outspoken, and what she wants from life she takes—to hell with the consequences.

Until one day, when a business arrangement and an impulsive indiscretion with a former lover, Sacha Clermont, an artist with a dark side, triggers consequences that not only endanger her professional and personal life but also catapults her into the arms of Marco Mirabelli, a wealthy cut-throat criminal lawyer with his own agenda. The force of that encounter throws Pauline into a whirlpool of emotions from which there seems to be no easy escape. As she struggles to extricate herself from the entanglements with the two men, a different Pauline emerges, and life after that will never be the same.

“autumn desire and rough diamonds” sparkles with romantic episodes, suspenseful situations and a subtle sense of humour.

Also available in the standalone novel series: “spring fever and black chocolate”(Book 1); “summer passion and forbidden fruit” (Book 2)

Four sassy heroines, four contemporary love stories—hot, sizzling, dramatic and tender—one book for each season.

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